Swann's Digital Private Eye takes the Spotlight on 'Dotto Tech' TV Show
08 May 2007
Swann's Digital Private Eye Hidden Still Camera has featured on a recent edition of 'Dotto Tech' on Canadian TV. The program highlighted many of the product's benefits.
The Swann Digital Private Eye may look like a PIR, but it actually records your every move onto a SD memory card. It can save up to 30,000 images onto your computer by simply connecting it with a USB connector. In other words it’s motion activated and a time-lapse recorder all in one. As seen on the 'Dotto Tech' TV show, you can position it at your front door or hallway, then simply plug in your SD Memory Card (sold separately), power cable or 9V battery (included) then watch the camera go to work!
'Dotto Tech' is an educational TV program which is kind of like the equivalent of “computers for dummies”. It explores the ins and outs of both MAC/PC computers, from hardware to software applications. It keeps you up to date with upcoming trends in the market, like new gadgets and how the IT future may shape. This TV show can be viewed on Canadian TV on Saturday mornings around 11:30am.